Suppose I were to offer you fourteen genuine opals in one ring. Picture the play of color as you roll the ring from side to side on your finger. Envision how the light dances and the color changes— not only across the surface of every opal, but throughout the entire body of all 14 alluring gemstones. Imagine the pride in owning something so exquisite. Except this isn’t hypothetical, this offer is real.
The Allure Opal Ring is exactly 14 stones of Ethiopian opal, famous for their rainbow-like, iridescent light shows. That’s 2 ¼ carats of dancing color, prong set in a gleaming gold-finished sterling silver ring.
Everything has its price, and while the more famous Australian opals demand a frankly indecent price, gemstones experts agree that the more sensibly priced Ethiopian opals overshadow their Australian rivals.